~MANTRA FOR THE MOMENT~

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I Open up fully to my Higher Self now. 

I open up in the Dream State to more of my consciousness. 

I understand the Dream State and My Waking consciousness function through the same consciousness that I Am. 

These states of consciousness within me are expanding, now. 

I receive all Light Codes for my next level of Activation, now. 

I integrate, I receive, through my Heart. 

I love myself and I consciously merge with my Divine God Self, now. 

 

~L’Aura Pleiadian

Accessing Parallel Worlds ~ Changes the YOU here Now

 

 

 

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~MANTRA FOR THE MOMENT~

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Beloved God, open all channels light. 

Clear all light fibers to be fully connected and resonant with the living light code.

We call upon our group avatar God selves, the Guardians, our Aurora families and the Guardian Mentor Band, those that serve the star seed identities and Krystal Star.

Beloveds, align to the Law of One to work together in the highest capacity of exchange of God’s infinite light, love and power in divine right order and harmony.

~Lisa Renee

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~MANTRA FOR THE MOMENT~

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I AM Living and allowing my Higher Self to LIVE through me,

that I AM. 

I Fully Embody the Higher Dimensions here on Earth.

My form is the Conduit. 

And so it is.

 

~L’Aura Pleiadian

 Living as the Conduit for your Higher Self ~ 5th Dimensional Consciousness

 

 

 

AHTAYAA LEIGH: “3 Ways We Can Heal the Waters of the Earth”

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Water transmutes, transforms, transfers and transmits information.  Most people have heard of the work of the late Dr. Masaru Emoto, who popularized the knowledge that frequency physically alters the structure of molecules in water.  He showed us that water infused with love forms perfectly symmetrical water crystals, much like a snowflake.  On the other hand, water that has had hate projected into it takes on a non-symmetrical form, basically a messy blob.

When water is programmed with the love vibration it reflects the perfection of God that is pure divine love.  The water literally becomes purified.  The purer the emotion of love, the purer the water.  The planet herself is made of 70% water, and our human bodies, as part of the Earth, contain almost as much.  When we fully comprehend this we can appreciate the power that water has to heal the planet and all living beings who live upon her, as part of her.

There seems to be an increasing number of incidents being reported about the contamination of water in recent years.  From the poisoning of the water supply in Flint, to the constant stream of radiation that is pouring into the pacific ocean from Japan.  Our water is desperately crying out for our help.  It’s time for us to wake up, listen and take action.  Each and every one of us has the power to take an action that makes a difference, and it’s simple to do.

As mentioned earlier, water transforms, transfers and transmits information.  With the power of our consciousness we can infuse water with our intention.  Science has proved this.  By filling our waters with love and peace, we can quickly spread that energy until it floods the entire planet.  As conduits for divine healing power we each have the ability to heal the waters and it’s time every living soul knew this.

1)  Bless your food and drink

Gratitude is one of the highest forms of love.  When we give thanks for our food we channel the energy of gratitude into it, and then when we ingest the food that gratitude is taken into our bodies, blessing every cell.  This consistent practice helps to raise our vibration, and thus the vibration of all beings on planet Earth, with whom we are interconnected.

Here is an example of a non-secular prayer/blessing:

“Thank you great spirit, universe, God [whatever feels comfortable to you] for providing me with this food.  May it bless my body, every cell, sending the message that ‘I am sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you’.  I give thanks to all beings that have made this meal possible, and wish all beings to be happy, nourished and free.  Blessed be, and so it is.”

We can also bless our food with sound when preparing it by playing solfeggio harmonics or chanting over the food.  For example, when preparing food or drink chant ‘peace’ three times over it.  Three is the number that manifests in the material dimension (3rd dimension), and so it is said that repeating an intention three times manifests that intention into physical reality.  The number three connects the body, soul and spirit.

2)  Charge crystals and give them to natural bodies of water

We can charge crystals with our prayers for peace and love for all beings on Earth.  Ask the crystals to delete any non-loving energies they come into contact with, including radiation and pollution.  Clear quartz works especially well for this purpose.  When charged, toss the crystals into any (and every!) body of natural water, such as a river, lake or ocean.  Like water, crystals are also powerful conductors of energy and when prayer infused crystals touch the water those prayers will be multiplied and amplified rapidly.  The prayers in the water will evaporate, forming clouds.  These clouds will create rain and our prayers will fall to the Earth far and wide, touching souls and activating the water molecules in their bodies.  This is science!

3)  Open portals at lakes and rivers flowing to the ocean.

We can open portals of peace at bodies of water that will allow golden light to enter and infuse the water with peace, again spreading it worldwide.  We can simply ask Mother Earth to help us safely open a peace portal and affirm that only pure love and light may enter or exit the portal and that all healing effects must be for the highest good of all in the manifestation of peace on Earth.

If we use the power of our emotions, our own water, to transmit our loving energy into the waters of this planet we can raise the consciousness of the entire world.  Feel the love and transfer it into the water so that the water may transmute all that is not love into love.  The impact we can have on the healing of this planet by doing this is almost unfathomable.  Let’s bathe our Mother Earth in love and heal our beautiful home so that she may be ready for the new era of peace.

 

About the author:  Ahtayaa Leigh is a Spiritual Alchemist, Gold Ray Energy Healer and creator of the Energy Healing Practitioner Course.  Following the call of Great Spirit she has travelled the world participating in light activations and global healings.  Her life work is committed to supporting others on their journey of awakening.  ~via GoldRayHealing.com

 

LISA RENEE (Energetic Synthesis): “Exercising an Open Mind”

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Neuroplasticity, also known as brain plasticity (flexibility), is an umbrella term that encompasses both synaptic flexibility (the connection of neurons) and non-synaptic flexibility (modification of action potential) to strengthen or change neuron synaptic signaling.  Plasticity or flexibility in the brain affects the strength and action of neural connections and pathways.  Synaptic flexibility plays a large role in a person’s ability to activate higher learning and access memory functions in the brain.

This also refers to changes made in neural pathways and synapses due to changes in a person’s behavior, environment, neural processes, thinking, emotions, as well as changes resulting from shifts in consciousness.  Substantial changes made in thinking and in responding to various forms of stimuli can profoundly alter the pattern of neuronal activation in response to the way a person experiences or perceives reality.

This means that our direct experiences do change both the brain’s physical structure (anatomy) and functional organization (physiology).

The brain can and does change or strengthen in response to the variety of levels we choose to perceive and think about in our experiences and other types of perceptions.  If we grow mentally rigid, this leads to hardening our heart and becoming extremely inflexible in our thinking, especially as we grow older.  The structure of our brains can be changed by what we focus our attention upon and what we choose to give value to as priority.

Thus, our brain learns by experience and is fully capable of re-programming itself to turn on synapses and increase neuronal activity, by strengthening the brain flexibility through open mindedness.

Being open-minded means being receptive to new ideas, knowledge and being adaptable to change.  Open-mindedness also relates to the way in which people approach the views and knowledge of others.  When we are open-minded we know that others should be free to express their views and that the value of others knowledge should be recognized.  When we are not threatened or scared by others point of view, our body and brain stays open, receptive and relaxed.  We seek to have dialogues and maintain a free information society that shares knowledge with humanitarian goals.  Our goal is to stay mentally open and mentally flexible with an empathic, loving and compassionate heart, and to allow other people to speak what they believe without instigating or condoning violence.  Here are some suggestions on keeping an open and flexible mind, which is crucial to keep ones heart open.  Remember an open mind equals an open heart.

Prayer and Meditation

Prayer and Meditation connect us to higher intelligence and have positive impacts on calming our mind.  Prayer focuses on positive emotions like love, gratitude and Compassion, which allow goodness in our lives and the lives of those we pray for.  Meditation reduces anxiety, stress, and depression, which helps us to find and connect to peaceful states.  Being mindful improves our mental flexibility, brain elasticity and keeps neurons active.  Spiritually centering ourselves on peace, prayer and contemplation of God/Universe, helps us maintain our trust in life, faith, and relaxes every part of the body.

Gratitude

Keep reinforcing the positive things that you have in your life right now.  Feel and express gratitude for the people, things, and experiences that are positive or have a silver lining for higher learning.  Reinforce one’s commitment to expressing love, goodness and gratitude, and to behave as ethically as Christ would.

Better Understand other People

It may be helpful to practice listening to perspectives different from our own, and to allow other people to challenge and stimulate our ways of thinking.  We have an incredible array of languages, cultures, and belief systems that define a variety of viewpoints on the earth.  When we are able to understand other people through their viewpoint, we are more empathic to them.  We can understand how they may feel.  This helps us to have compassion for people and not group them into statistics, countries, religions or some other classification system.  When we classify people, we start to disassociate from the fact they are human beings, our brothers and sisters that have a right to live upon this earth peacefully.

Learn Something New

Learn how to think and explore your own learning patterns by giving yourself time and space for reflection.  Notice how we are constantly bombarded by external forms of distraction.  Our creative minds may need to stay sequestered from the formulas given by society, and to seek answers in the most unpredictable places, or within the silence of meditation.  Do not be afraid to learn something new that requires concentration or be afraid of deeper knowledge of one’s own consciousness.  Stay informed and awake, be willing to see the things going on around you.  Being interested in higher learning expands one’s mind and consciousness.

Trust Yourself

Be aware that poor Self Esteem and lack of trust in our own abilities to learn and problem solve, will close our mind and harden our heart.  Do not feel intimidated by knowledge, competence or other people that criticize to shut you down.  Knowing that you are a worthy, valued and loved person, stay strong to build core self-esteem and self-efficiency, knowing that you can depend on yourself if the going gets rough.  Most of the fears we dwell on never come to pass.  As you focus on building the right relationship to self-acceptance and self-love, this builds trust and confidence in oneself.  Building trust in oneself and building trust with God are the only two relationships that we really need!  With those two relationships and ego surrender, all else will fall into place.

Forgiveness

To forgive another person or circumstances is the most generous thing one can do for oneself.  When we forgive others for perceived transgressions it frees us from the bonds, entanglements and cords, which manifest painful patterns such as judgments, resentments, and anger.  When we are angry it is a very destructive emotion that increases anxiety, harms our brain and closes our heart.  Forgiving yourself from being angry is the most important action one can take in clearing self-sabotaging bonds of victimhood.  Understanding the importance of forgiveness is that it brings you to the current state of now, rather than dwelling on past hurts and pain.  This is incredibly positive for reaching states of open mindedness and freer thinking to progress forward.

Stay Aware of Balance

Know that you are a multidimensional spiritual being with a body, mind, emotions and spirit.  What areas of your multidimensional being require more attention?  Keeping an open mind requires that we keep growing our self-awareness and consciousness, keep developing new interests, and remain receptive to new activities and ideas.  Yet, there are times we require rest, relaxation and have to let it all go in mental stillness.  Thus, as a balanced and healthy person we must try to move in and out of each state of rest and activity, in order to receive the positive benefits of both.

Sovereignty of Brain and Nervous System

Open your 12D Shield. Stabilize in your core and open a vortex field if that is part of your practice.  Feel free to call upon Krystal Star Guardians or guiding beings allied with your Divine Purpose.  Once your shield and core feel as stabilized as you can get them, speak to your body, brain and nervous system these words: My body, I speak to you as an intelligence and I speak to you with Love.  I am in charge of our God Sovereign Freedom and nothing will compromise this.  I will take care of you with all of my heart!  (Take a moment to feel this connection come alive.  Then say the following.)

  • I now command my Brain and Central Nervous System:
  • I Accept only messages that are truthful and organic to my highest consciousness in Christ.
  • I Accept only messages that support my higher good and Divine Blueprint in God Sovereign Freedom.
  • I Permit only that which supports my highest good and Divine Sovereign Purpose to Serve my God-Self.
  • I eliminate all messages that are inorganic or are harmful artificial intelligence, now.
  • Any inorganic intrusive or artificial messages, scripts or impulses are evicted and forbidden now.

As I am God Sovereign and Free, this I decree with all of my heart, mind and might to serve my God Self.  Beloved Body, thank you and so IT IS.  I seal and end my connection with love and gratitude.  Thank you! 

 

(ES Newsletter – Consubstantiality)

 

~via EnergeticSynthesis.com – Time Shift Blog – May 17, 2017

MORAG: “Space Meditation: Activate Upgrades”

Portals now open to soul tribe activation.

Tune in to beautiful, epic, gorgeous, high frequency meditation music. Get comfortable, breathe deep and set your spirit free.

The music will raise your vibrations, align your energetic flow and balance your chakras, your mind body soul system.

Embrace upgrades appropriate for you under the protection of higher self. Connect to and meditate love frequency. Call soul tribe to you. Embrace love.

Sending love & light _/\_ x

 

Mantras: 

I am a fluid being of love and light.

I call upon my soul tribe, I am ready for you.

I anchor my light to Gaia’s grid.

I am one with the universe, a sovereign being of love and light.

Namaste

~via Awakening5dHealing.wordpress.com

SAMUEL GENTOKU MCCREE: “20 Ways Sitting In Silence Can Completely Transform Your Life”

20 Ways Sitting In Silence Can Transform Your Life

“Silence is a source of great strength.”  ~Lao Tzu

 

For over two years I spent one out of every four weeks in silence.  At the time I was living at a Zen Monastery and every month we would have a week-long silent retreat.

During this retreat we sat meditation in silence, ate in silence, worked in silence, and only communicated through hand gestures and written notes.

At first living like this was hard, but over time I learned to grow to appreciate silence.  By the time I left I learned that silence was my friend and teacher.

What did silence teach me?

1. Satisfaction

I used to think I needed to watch TV every night.  But at monastery I went without and discovered I didn’t need it.

Silence taught me to be happy with less. 

Pick something that’s weighing you down and let it go.  Your life will thank you.

2. Expression

When you can only talk by writing a note, you only say what’s important.  Before the monastery I talked a lot but said little.

Silence taught me that a few simple words well spoken have more power than hours of chatter. 

Think of one simple thing you can say that would help someone feel better and say it.

3. Appreciation

Being able to speak makes life easy, but when I couldn’t talk I learned how much I relied on others.

Silence taught me to appreciate the value of relating to others.  

The next time you see your friends or family, try to really listen.  Deep listening expresses deep appreciation.

4. Attention

Several times at my first retreat I thought my phone was vibrating.  But then I would remember I didn’t have my phone.  It showed me how my phone divided my attention.

Silence taught me how important it is to let go of distractions. 

The next time you are with someone you care about, try turning off your phone and putting it away.  It will make paying attention easier.

5. Thoughts

I once sat a retreat next door to a construction project.  What amazed me was how easily my thoughts drowned out the noise.  I realized if my thoughts were this loud, I’d better make them as wise as possible.

Silence taught me the importance of shaping my thinking.

Take time each day to notice your thoughts and let go of thoughts that don’t serve you.

6. Nature

Because I sat retreat in every season, I know that the sound of wind in fall is different than it is in winter.

Silence taught me to notice nature.

Take a short walk outside in silence and you’ll discover the wisdom and peace that nature has to offer.

7. Body

During retreat I noticed that whenever I got lost in thought, I lost track of my body.  And when I focused on my body, my thoughts would calm down.

Silence taught me to be in my body. 

Close your eyes and ask, “What sensations do I feel in my hand?”  Learning to feel your body can calm your troubled mind.

8. Overstimulation

Whenever I went into town after retreat, the world seemed so loud and fast.  I came to realize how much our senses have to process most of the time.

Silence taught me the importance of reducing the stimulation. 

Enjoy some quiet time everyday.  The less you see and hear, the more settled your mind can become.

9. Sound

People would come to the monastery and remark how quiet it was.  But living at the monastery I knew all the noises, from frogs, to owls, to the sound of sandals on the sidewalk.

Silence taught me that the world is a rich texture of sounds. 

Sit in front of your house and close your eyes.  You’ll be amazed at what you hear if you listen long enough.

10. Humanity

During retreat I was surrounded by imperfect people who were doing their best.  Some were happy, some were sad, but all were wonderfully human.

Silence taught me that people display great beauty. 

Find a good spot to people watch with an open heart.  What you see may inspire you.

11. Space

For a long time anytime something difficult came up, I would just distract myself.  But retreat taught me that if I avoided something it would never go away.

Silence taught me that space helps me face hard times. 

The next time you face something difficult, pause and honor whatever is arising.

12. Love

I used to think love was this big thing.  But in retreat I found that I felt love for so many things.

Silence taught me that love can be simple. 

Think of someone you haven’t said I love you to recently and tell them.

13. Courage

I used to think courage was about facing danger, but during retreat I realized that real courage is about facing yourself.

Silence taught me the courage it takes to be still. 

When we stop moving everything we’re running from catches up.  The next time you are afraid, stop and wait for it to pass.  There is immense courage inside your heart.

14. Perseverance

Every retreat reminded me that speaking is easy, but staying quiet is hard.

Silence isn’t flashy, but it has an immense power to endure. 

The next time someone doubts you, instead of disagreeing, silently vow not to give up.  Action speaks volumes.

15. Faith

I often ask for reassurance or feedback.  But living is silence meant I had to trust my instincts.

Silence taught me to have faith in myself. 

The next time you begin to feel anxious, sit in silence and see if you can find the space of deep faith that lives in your heart.

16. Honesty

I used to lie so I wouldn’t have to explain myself.  But when I couldn’t talk I began to notice this impulse and how much it degraded my integrity.

Silence taught me the importance of telling the truth. 

Notice times where you tell little lies and try telling the truth instead.  It isn’t always easy but it’s the first step to trusting ourselves and others. 

17. Gratitude

During retreat I didn’t have a lot of comforts.  It helped me see how much I took for granted and how much I had to be grateful for.

At the end of every day sit in silence and ask yourself what am I grateful for. 

You’ll be amazed at the blessings you discover.

18. Simplicity

I used to love drama and conflict. But at retreat I found I was happier when I kept it simple.

Silence taught me that simplicity and joy are close companions. 

Pick one space in your home you could simplify.  Keep it simple for one month and enjoy the ease it offers your life.

19. Connection

I used to think I had to talk in order to feel connected.  I realized during retreat that I can feel connected just by being near people I care about.

Silence taught me that words can get in the way. 

Do something in silence with someone you love.  It will be awkward at first but eventually you will see what it means just to be in someone presence.

20. Truth

I studied philosophy in college and I thought I could read about truth.  But retreat taught me that truth is found in silence.

Silence has taught me a deeper truth than words ever could. 

Sit in silence once a week and feel the truth in your heart.  It’s there whether you can express it in words or not.

 

 

About the author: Samuel “Gentoku” McCree is a Mindful Fitness thought leader, personal trainer, and mindful living coach from Portland, OR. He trained for two years at a Zen monastery, is an endurance athlete, and founder of MindFitMove. You can find his blog and a free Ebook on Your Sexy Brain at mindfitmove.com.  ~via BodyMindSoulSpirit.com